Tamil Movie Japan Release Date, Star Cast, Trailer, Makers

With his upcoming ambitious project, Japan, which was previously provisionally titled Karthi 25, Karthi, who is now basking in the success of his most recent three blockbuster movies, Viruman, Ponniyin Selvan: I, and Sardar, will soon make a comeback.

Karthi has dabbled in practically every type of movie, including horror, action comedy, romance, and thrillers. According to reports, the actor will undergo rigorous training because the future film would be a big-budget action comedy.

Raju Murugan, known for helming films like Cuckoo, Thozha, Mehandi Circus, Gypsy, Varmaa, and Joker, would be in charge of directing Japan (2016). The latter, a political satire, received both the Filmfare Award for Best Film-Tamil and the National Award for Best Feature Film in Tamil.

After Joker, Japan is Murugan’s second project with producers SR Prabhu and SR Prakash Babu.

JAPAN FIRST LOOK

On November 8, 2022, Dream Warrior Pictures held a muhurt ceremony to formally introduce the new action thriller movie.

The first look poster is currently out with the tagline:- “Excited to start this journey of a quirky guy! #Japan – Made in India”

JAPAN STAR CAST

Karthi, who plays the title part in the movie, was most recently seen in Sardar, a critically acclaimed and financially successful box-office hit with global box-office receipts of over Rs. 100 crore. Karthi will be paired in the movie with American actress Anu Emmanuel, best known for her role in “Majnu.”

Japan will be her third Tamil film after the 2018 hit Thupparivaalan and the 2019 box office sensation Namma Veettu Pillai.

Urvasivo Rakshasivo, a romantic comedy in Telugu, is one of her most recent films. Her upcoming major release, Ravanasura, starring Ravi Teja, will follow Japan.

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JAPAN RELEASE DATE

Although the movie’s release date has not been officially announced, it is anticipated to occur in October 2023. The movie will also be released in dubbed Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam versions in addition to Tamil.